On Aug. 25, 1885, Laura Ingalls Wilder got her first look at the new home she would share with Almanzo, her husband of mere hours. Four years later, almost to the day, the house burned to the ground. Who set the fire?
If you don’t recall the time the Bradys went to the Big Apple and ran afoul of a gang of bank robbers, there’s probably a very good reason.
Way back in 1977, Sylvester Stallone wrote a novel. But a close reading reveals the book is hiding an astonishing secret.
How much of a hand Laura Ingalls Wilder’s daughter had in writing the “Little House” books has been the subject of debate for years.
Charles Manson is famous for one thing, and it’s not his music. But should he be?
Author Grady Hendrix may have accidentally written a scathing critique of 21st-century American capitalism, seen through the lens of a corporate haunted house.
J.K. Rowling’s 50th birthday party, held during Halloween, had a theme: Come as your own private nightmare. Rowling wrote a political fairy tale on a dress.